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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 2 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
Sonnay Fiddlers Perform at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
Sonnay Fiddlers Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 2 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Come see Sonnay Fiddlers, a Celtic, youth fiddle group, perform a selection of holiday favorites, new and old, during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery.
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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 3 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
Center Stage Dance Academy Outreach Team Performs at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
Center Stage Dance Academy Outreach Team Performs at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 3 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Center Stage Dance Academy Outreach Team Performs at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Center Stage Dance Academy promises to bring a festive, holiday dance show showcasing several styles of dance to your favorite holiday music during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery. About Center Stage Dance Academy Here at Center Stage we believe that every child is an individual. Our focus is to bring that individualism out with freedom of expression and creativity. Our mission is to pass on our passion for life through our love for the art of dance to the students of Center Stage Dance Academy. Center Stage Outreach Team The Center Stage “Outreach Team” was created to bring the art of dance to everyone in the community. The “Outreach Team” is comprised of specially trained students and teachers who donate their time for this unique cause. We offer dance education, performances, and lecture demonstrations for all ages. Center Stage Dance Company & Crew If it’s ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop, and breakdancing or if you enjoy ballroom, swing, and Latin, our experienced performers and teachers will provide entertainment and instruction to fit your needs. For more information on Center Stage Dance Academy, click here.
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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 4 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
Vineyard Swordfish & Morgan Rattlers Performs at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
Vineyard Swordfish & Morgan Rattlers Performs at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 4 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Vineyard Swordfish & Morgan Rattlers Performs at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Come see the Vineyard Swordfish and Morgan Rattlers perform during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery. Vineyard Swordfish is a longsword dance team from the Cape and the Islands. They will be providing festive, traditional dances from Yorkshire, England. Musical accompaniment and interludes will be provided by Morgan Rattlers. About Vineyard Swordfish Vineyard Swordfish is a longsword team and is located in Martha’s Vineyard and Falmouth, Massachusetts. The longsword is rigid, but not sharp, originally derived from a tanning implement. Longsword dancing is more stately and deliberate than its more energetic rapper cousin. Vineyard Swordfish kit (uniform), seen here, consists of white shirt, black knickers, and purple vest. To visit Vineyard Swordfish’s website, click here.
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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 9 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
Cape Conservatory Seaside String Ensemble Perform at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
Cape Conservatory Seaside String Ensemble Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 9 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
The Seaside String Ensemble is a student ensemble that will delight the audience with holiday music and crowd favorites on a variety of string instruments. Enjoy a performance by the Cape Conservatory Seaside String Ensemble at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery. About Cape Conservatory The Conservatory has been a vibrant part of the Cape Cod community for over half a century. We offer instruction in all major instrument groups, vocal instruction and classes in art, dance and photography. We cater to all ages, all stages… we are your personal pathway to the Arts! For more information, visit their website.
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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 10 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
The Hundred Acre School Perform at Gardens Aglow 5:00 pm
The Hundred Acre School Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 10 @ 5:00 pm – 5:45 pm
The Hundred Acre School Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Come see The Hundred Acre School, a STEM-focused preschool at Heritage Museums & Gardens, perform holiday songs and two short plays during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery. About The Hundred Acre School The Hundred Acre School engages preschoolers in active learning and preparation for success in school using Heritage’s collections, facilities, and grounds. They teach the whole child, emphasizing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) as a springboard to multidisciplinary learning. They use the natural world as their classroom, connecting children to the wonders of science through the use of its tools and processes. Using technology, observation, discovery, self-directed learning, and respect for the inherent ability to learn in all children, they provide a stimulating learning environment, access to professionals in the STEM field as role models and coaches, and opportunities for families to be continuously involved in their child’s learning and success. Their students will be inspired to direct their own learning, prepared to succeed in school and in life-long learning, and taught to be creative problem solvers and productive citizens. To visit The Hundred Acre School’s website, click here.
Harper Dance Center Perform at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
Harper Dance Center Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 10 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Harper Dance Center Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Come see Harper Dance Center perform a ballet showcasing excerpts from their upcoming production of “The Nutcracker Twist” during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery. About Harper Dance Center Dance is our passion at Harper Dance Center and we want to make it accessible to every child and adult that wants to express themselves and grow through the art of dance.  We promise to offer quality instruction in a safe and fun environment so that dance can create a sense of achievement, pride and accomplishment. Whether your dream is to become a professional dancer or you are looking for recreational classes, with the exceptional dance training and discipline provided you will gain lifelong artistic expression and self confidence. We offer affordable classes with Multiple Class and Family Discounts, as well as affordable costume fees and ticket prices.  We strive to provide a “family” environment where the teachers, parents, and students work together to achieve goals and have fun. Through community involvement, outreach and performances Harper Dance Center strives for a reputation of excellence. For more information on Harper Dance Center, click here.
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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 11 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
Rod McCaulley’s Music Students Perform at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
Rod McCaulley’s Music Students Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 11 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Come see Rod McCaulley’s Music Students perform during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery.
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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 16 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
SHS Show Choir “Sandwich Soul” Performs at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
SHS Show Choir “Sandwich Soul” Performs at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 16 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Sandwich Soul is the advanced show choir from Sandwich High School; these amazing 45 students will perform various holiday songs to brighten and lighten up your holiday season during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery.
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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 17 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
Sandwich High School and STEM Academy Jazz Band Perform at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
Sandwich High School and STEM Academy Jazz Band Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 17 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Come see Sandwich High School and STEM Academy Jazz Band perform during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery.
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Gardens Aglow 4:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Dec 18 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Gardens Aglow
Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays November 25 – December 18, 2016 4:30 – 8:30 pm Gardens Aglow, a treasured holiday family tradition, transforms Heritage into a Winter Wonderland with more than ten miles of holiday lights adorning the gardens and woodlands to create a twinkling wonderland. Throughout the grounds and buildings, enjoy festive holiday displays, family-friendly activities, marshmallow-roasting, a reindeer scavenger hunt, music and special performances, visits with Santa Claus in the Model T, carousel rides, and more. Among the features of this season’s Gardens Aglow: • From December 2-4, Farm Visits traveling petting farm will be at Heritage with cuddly baby goats, piglets, chickens and chicks, bunnies, and more. • The “Heritage Holiday Express” features two levels of model trains traveling through replicas of well-known bridges, including the George Washington Bridge, Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge, and the Sagamore Bridge, all made from natural elements. • Festively decorated tablescapes assembled by some of the region’s best interior designers showcase holiday table decorations from various regions of the country will be featured. Designers include Irina MacPhee, award-winning interior designer of Pastiche Cape Cod; Olive Chase of The Casual Gourmet; Richard McLaughlin of Fresh Interiors in West Dennis, MA; and Nina Mayfield of Nina Mayfield Design in Hyannis Port, MA. • On Saturdays, award-winning artist and carver Chip Koser of South Cape Ice Sculptures demonstrates ice carving. See an ice sculpture created, and pose for photos with the sculptures. • The Magnolia Café will offer for sale soup, hot dogs, Christmas Whoopie pies, chocolate chip cookies, S’mores kits, and gingerbread men, along with hot chocolate, mulled wine and cider, soda, and coffee. For the third year in a row, Heritage Museums & Gardens is partnering with the Sandwich Food Pantry to assist area families. This season, visitors are asked to bring school supplies, including glue sticks, pencil boxes or pouches, spiral notebooks, highlighter markers, thumb drives, three-ring binders, and #2 pencils. Donation boxes will be set up in The Shop at Heritage. The Shop will also be open, offering great gifts for family and friends. New this year: a new visitor arrival experience, which enhances ease of parking and entry through ticketing. Members and those with pre-purchased tickets will gain easy entry to the event through their own admissions lines. Tickets are $15 for member adults, $5 for member youth, $18 for non-member adults, and $7 for non-member youth. Children ages 2 and younger are admitted at no charge. Group discounts are available – for rates and to book, call 508-888-3300 x120, email groupsales@heritagemuseums.org, or fill out this form to book your group today! Want more information? Click here for Gardens Aglow Frequently Asked Questions. Tickets are also available for purchase at Admissions on the day of the event. Important: If you purchase an online ticket, please print it out, bring it with you and skip the lines! Gardens Aglow is made possible by: Lead Sponsor With Support from:   Thanks to:        
Sandwich Band and Choir Perform at Gardens Aglow 6:30 pm
Sandwich Band and Choir Perform at Gardens Aglow @ Automobile Gallery
Dec 18 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Come see Sandwich Band and Choir perform during Gardens Aglow at 6:30 pm in the Automobile Gallery.
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